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post #1 of 33 Old 07-09-2009, 05:40 PM Thread Starter
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Parting out a 2002 919

My engine suffered a cracked block during a wreck and I picked up a complete replacement so, everything besides the upper and lower cases has to go.



I have a the full engine disassembled and ready to ship; clutch, stator, cams, valves, head, pistons, crank, starter, rods, transmission, outer covers, etc... If you need something, PM me and I'll get you a great deal.

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Come on guys, someone here surely needs engine internals for a "special" project!

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You got an extra Instrument Gauge cluster off that salvaged bike?

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May as well add to that:
Headlight Brackets
Headlight Stay Bracket

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May as well add to that:
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Headlight Stay Bracket
Sorry Rob, I'm keeping the guages and the entire headlight assembly has already been sold.

Sorry buddy............

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Sorry Rob, I'm keeping the guages and the entire headlight assembly has already been sold.

Sorry buddy............
No problem.

I think I figured out what I'm gonna do!

Koso RX2 Gauges


Then I'll just get some aftermarket headlight brackets to mount my MV Agusta Brutale headlight!


I'm stoked!

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No problem.

I think I figured out what I'm gonna do!

Koso RX2 Gauges


Then I'll just get some aftermarket headlight brackets to mount my MV Agusta Brutale headlight!


I'm stoked!
Very nice.

I have a set of F4i guages that I really want to use but haven't even started to play with them yet. I've heard that getting the fuel guage to work is the only rear sticking point. Keep your fingers crossed.

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Very nice.

I have a set of F4i guages that I really want to use but haven't even started to play with them yet. I've heard that getting the fuel guage to work is the only rear sticking point. Keep your fingers crossed.
I already talked to Koso, and the fuel gauge will not work on a bike that does not have a fuel gauge. What I can do is either hook up the temp sensor to the fuel display, whereby as the bars go up, I'll know the temp goes up; or hook up the low fuel wire to it, so it goes on when the fuel is low only. They offer no adaptors to hook up a fuel level sensor for liability reasons, but maybe I can find one from some other source, and install it myself.

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what about the cans and clutch cover?

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they just work so well...i'm scared to take my motor apart!

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grab bar?

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grab bar?
Sorry, this bike had a rear rack on it.

I think there's one on eBay right now?

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I already talked to Koso, and the fuel gauge will not work on a bike that does not have a fuel gauge. What I can do is either hook up the temp sensor to the fuel display, whereby as the bars go up, I'll know the temp goes up; or hook up the low fuel wire to it, so it goes on when the fuel is low only. They offer no adaptors to hook up a fuel level sensor for liability reasons, but maybe I can find one from some other source, and install it myself.
Hey u steenking infidel
You could use a relay to reverse the way the low fuel signal works to make your gauge show empty when the fuel lite lights.
Also, and maybe too much of a pain, jc whitney sells universal fuel level signal kits but you'd have to make a new hole in the tank to install it.

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I have one. PM sent.

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do you have the cover on the right side of the engine (oil fill side) that says honda with the three little screws in it? just need the cover

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do you have the cover on the right side of the engine (oil fill side) that says honda with the three little screws in it? just need the cover
I have two of them and they're both rashed up! It seems that every 919 gets dropped on the right side!

Sorry.

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where did you get your MV headlight and how much did you pay? Inquiring minds want to know, oh and bump for ya.

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happen to have seat cowl, chain guard and break lever?

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happen to have seat cowl, chain guard and break lever?
Sorry, all three of those items have been already sold.

Lots of other stuff left though.................

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My engine suffered a cracked block during a wreck and I picked up a complete replacement so, everything besides the upper and lower cases has to go.



I have a the full engine disassembled and ready to ship; clutch, stator, cams, valves, head, pistons, crank, starter, rods, transmission, outer covers, etc... If you need something, PM me and I'll get you a great deal.

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Bumpity bump bump.............

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Transmission?

How much would you be willing to sell the transmission/gears for?

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919 Transmission

Hello,

I am open to offers on any and all parts from the engine/transmission. Let me know exactly which parts you want and we'll settle upon a price.

Obviously, shipping might be a bit high because fo the weight but you're in GA so that should help.

What are you doing with your 919 that you need/want transmission parts?

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Do you have the oem handlebar top clamps with bolts?

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Is the head still available? In good shape?

How many miles on the motor?

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stock mirrors?

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Do you have the oem handlebar top clamps with bolts?
Maybe? I'll go and check and PM you in a bit.


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I have them but I think they are both scrached. I'll check and PM you.

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Bumpity bump bump.

I still have........

1. A dented 2003 tank.
2. A 2003 ECU.
3. A perfect 2003 rear wheel including a rotor and stock sprocket.
4. Right and left side handlebar switch housings from a 2002 919.

Taking offers............

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hmmm ... any chance you still have a left side engine cover maybe possibly ??? ... ...

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I'll check and PM you in a bit............

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From one fat man on a little bike to another....

How much for the handelbar switch housings, both sides shipped to 80228?

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